The best Android tablets in the world
Anti-iPad? Then have we got the top slates for you!
Our list of the best Android tablets in the world - regularly updated
Looking for a tablet and thinking about an Android device? Well, there are other options out there with Windows 10 tablets such as the Surface Pro 4 - but tablets running the new Marshmallow OS remainthe main rival to the iOS 9-toting iPad Pro, iPad Pro 9.7 and iPad mini 4.
We've gathered together the best the Android tablet market has to offer, so read on to see which Google-powered slates you should be considering.
8. Amazon Fire HD 6
It's no tablet king, but it does what it sets out to well, and considering its price tag the Amazon Fire HD 6 is difficult to knock.
The cameras are worth avoiding, and the built in speakers aren't great, but as long as you can get over Amazon's slightly restrictive Fire OS and the lack of Google's services then the HD 6 is a perfect pocket slate.
Read the full review: Amazon Fire HD 6
7. Samsung Galaxy Tab S
Available in 8.4- and 10.5-inch variants, the Tab S range packs in a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, a microSD slot, 8MP rear camera, 2.1MP front snapper and Android Lollipop.
Both tablets have fingerprint scanners for added security, but the plastic body may put a few off with Apple's slates sporting a more attractive design.
There's a new Tab series on the block, in the form of the Galaxy Tab S2, but the original S duo are still a great buy - especially now they're a little bit cheaper.
Read the full review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S
6. Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro
There's a built in stand to take the heft off your hands, while the integrated projector means you can enjoy big screen entertainment away from your TV, though the screen is sharp enough that you won't always feel the need to use a projector anyway.
All that tech does make it less portable than most tablets on this list and the UI could be better, but it's a fairly unique option.
Read the full review: Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro
5. Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
Add in the thin, light, waterproof body and you have a great tablet for long trips and boring work commutes which can be happily slid into a bag without taking up too much space or weighing you down.
The components inside the Z3 Tablet Compact are getting on a bit now, and it doesn't have the slickness of the 8-inch iPad mini 4 or Galaxy Tab S2 - but it's certainly still worth considering.
Read the full review: Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
4. Google Nexus 9
It was worth the wait too, thanks to a powerful 64-bit processor, BoomSound speakers, a long lasting battery and the promise of speedy Android updates.
It's found itself a fairly unique size point too at 8.9 inches. Too big to be considered a small or even medium sized tablet, but some way smaller than the 10.1-inch Android slates that there are so many of. Whether that's a good or bad thing is subjective but it certainly helps it stand out. Google has stopped selling the slate to make room for the Pixel C, but it can still be found if you shop around.
Read the full review: Google Nexus 9
3. Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet
We'd like to see a 64GB option, but 32GB plus the inclusion of a microSD slot will suit most people, and while the cameras don't cover themselves in glory they're more of a vanity feature on a tablet.
The Xperia Z4 Tablet is a great slate, and it's one of the genuine alternatives to the iPad. Android is still not the perfect ecosystem for tablets, but with a 2K display on the front and such a nice-looking design Sony has made something rather lovely.
Read the full review: Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet
2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
It's reading and web surfing-friendly, while the new 4:3 screen and general size and shape is better suited for most things. Videos work better on its predecessor thanks to its elongated aspect ratio - but they don't exactly look bad here.
You can pick the Tab S2 up in 8-inch and 9.7-inch variants, to challenge Apple's iPad and iPad mini ranges, with the smaller option being more portable and cheaper.
Almost impossibly thin, pumped full of power and with a slicker version of Samsung's TouchWiz interface on board the Galaxy Tab S2 gives the iPad Pro 9.7 and Pixel C a real run for their money.
Read the full review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
1. Google Pixel C
Okay, it's not quite got it all - it's a little on the heavy side and the pricey (yet rather clever) keyboard dock isn't fully utilised by the Android interface, which is made very much for touch and not physical keys and productivity.
Those points aside, the Pixel C goes toe-to-toe with the iPad Air 2 and even the iPad Pro 9.7 with its clean stock Android interface, sultry metal body and super screen.
If you're looking for the best of Google in a tablet, the Pixel C gives you just that.
Read the full review: Google Pixel C
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